Conor Harrington

(Photo: Scott Lynch)

Saturday night, a teenage girl was thrown to the ground and robbed of her cellphone after exiting the Marcy Avenue J train. And just before midnight last Thursday, two thieves locked a Metropolitan Avenue gas station employee inside the store so they could attached a chain from the cash machine to their 1998 Plymouth Voyager and drive off with it. [The Brooklyn Paper]

Raymond Mersier, 16, was arrested and charged with burglary after allegedly taking three laptops and an iPhone from Kickstarter’s Greenpoint headquarters a week ago. [DNA Info]

A 14 and 15-year-old were arrested Saturday night for allegedly stealing three cases of chips from the Frito-Lay factory at 10 Eyck Street in Williamsburg. [The Brooklyn Paper]

The owner of Williamsburg’s Muchmore’s Cafe is suing the city because of an 88-year-old law that forbids more than three people from dancing in a venue unless it has a cabaret license. [Brooklyn Vegan]

Four North Brooklyn restaurants picked up Michelin Stars yesterday when the restaurant guide unveiled its 2015 edition. Blanca received its second star; Luksus at Tørst and Delaware and Hudson earned one each. In the East Village, Momofuku Ko and Jewel Bako snagged a star. [Grub Street]

Speaking of stars, Pete Wells bestowed two of them on Keith McNally’s Cherche Midi, noting that it “may be his most thorough repudiation of the downtown scene.” [NY Times]

Meet the people who lined up overnight to see Lena Dunham at the Union Square B&N. [Fusion]

At her appearance, she revealed what she thinks about before she goes to bed: “A flower made of polar fleece, and what people who hate her are thinking about her.” []

Paperwork was submitted for a 12-story, 24-unit apartment building (with the bottom two floors dedicated to dining and retail) that would rise where Rox Gallery currently resides at 86 Delancey Street. [NY YIMBY]

Here’s a round-up of five East Village thrift shops. [NYU Local]